Bath Spa University Alumni

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Bath Spa University Alumni

Bath Spa University’s growing alumni community is a network of over 70,000 graduates, former students and staff, honorary graduates, friends and benefactors. It publishes an annual alumni magazine and promotes raising philanthropic income for a wide range of important projects for the university, particularly the Bath Spa Students Fund and bursaries. The president is Mary Berry, who is a former student of the Bath College of Domestic Science and is the recipient of an honorary doctorate from the university.

Alumni

See also: Category:Alumni of Bath Spa University
  • Mary Berry, food writer
  • Harrison Birtwistle, composer
  • Manolo Blahnik, shoe designer
  • Glenn Brown, English painter, Turner Prize winner
  • Tracey Corderoy, award winning children’s writer
  • Sir Graeme Davies, engineer, academic, and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, the University of Glasgow and the University of London
  • Roger Deakins, cinematographer
  • Peter Flannery, scriptwriter, author of Our Friends in the North
  • Laura Ford, artist
  • Jason Gardener, athlete, Olympic gold medallist
  • Kate Garraway, television presenter
  • William Harbutt, artist
  • Ian Hargreaves, journalist
  • Salima Hashmi, acclaimed Pakistani artist, cultural writer, painter and an anti-nuclear weapon activist.
  • Mo Hayder, British crime novelist
  • Sir Howard Hodgkin, artist, Turner Prize winner
  • Ema “Emika” Jolly, electronic music producer
  • Elizabeth Kay, writer and author of The Divide trilogy
  • Phil Kelly, expressionist painter
  • Kill It Kid, Blues/Grunge/Americana Band, signed with EMI
  • Alastair King, TV and film composer,
  • Daren King, contemporary English novelist
  • Jan Linton, electronic music producer and singer/songwriter
  • Joanna MacGregor, classical, jazz and contemporary pianist, and Artistic Director of the Bath International Music Festival
  • Sir Donald Maitland, British diplomat and British Prime Minister Edward Heath’s press secretary 1970 to 1974
  • David Charles Manners, best-selling author and charity co-founder
  • Dame Hilary Mantel, writer and novelist. Twice awarded the Booker Prize.
  • Gordon Moakes, Bloc Party bassist and backing singer
  • Fred V & Grafix, Liquid Drum n’ Bass Duo
  • Sally Nicholls, prize-winning British children’s book author
  • Edward Piper, painter
  • Miller Puckette, mathematician and computer music researcher
  • Peter Randall-Page, artist
  • Simon Relph, assistant film director and producer
  • Dame Anita Roddick, businesswoman, founder of The Body Shop
  • Davide Rossi, violinist, string arranger, composer and a record producer, working with Goldfrapp and Coldplay.
  • Axel Scheffler, illustrator
  • Tristram Shapeero, television director
  • Rob Magnuson Smith, author
  • Sir William Stubbs, educator and former Rector of the University of the Arts London.
  • Judith Trim[66]
  • Jules Williams, writer, Director, Producer author of The Weigh Forward
  • Evie Wyld, award-winning novelist and author